Patriots vs Packers: Free Live Stream, TV Channel, How to Watch Week 4 Game


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How to watch Sunday’s game at Lambeau Field. (AP Photo Jeffrey T. Barnes, file)PA

The New England Patriots travel to Lambeau Field this week to take on the Green Bay Packers in a late afternoon game. Sunday’s game will air on CBS, depending on your TV market. Fans can also watch Patriots preseason games for free with the official Patriots app or by signing up for a free trial of fuboTV.

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The Patriots head to Green Bay after a serious injury to Mac Jones as veteran Brian Hoyer is expected to start. Meanwhile, Bill Belichick’s defense will be looking to slow down quarterback Aaron Rodgers. This is the first Patriots start for Hoyer since the 2020 season, when he replaced then-starter Cam Newton.

How to watch New England Patriots vs. Green Bay Packers (NFL 2022 | Week 4)

What time will the game start? What TV channel will it be broadcast on? – Sunday’s game begins at 4:25 p.m. EST at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The game will air on television via CBS.

Will I get the Patriots game where I am? – Most Massachusetts and New England fans will get the Patriots game. However, availability elsewhere depends on broadcast rights. You can find out which game will be on TV here.

How to live stream Patriots games: Patriots.com | Sling | NFL+ | Direc TV | Paramount+ | fuboTV – Fans can stream Sunday’s game without cable by signing up for a free trial of fuboTV, Direc TV Where Paramount+.

How to watch for free: Official Patriots app (iOS and Android) | Patriots.com (via safari mobile web) – Patriots games are available for free through the team’s official app and website (Click here for more information). Locally streamed games are only available in local markets i.e. New England. Nationally streamed games are available for free across the United States.

Betting odds, spread: The line for this game has the Packers favored by 10 points.

More coverage via The Associated Press

NEW ENGLAND (1-2) at GREEN BAY (2-1)

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS

OPENING LINE: Packers by 9 1/2, according to FanDuel SportsBook

AGAINST THE SPREAD: Patriots 0-2-1, Packers 2-1.

LAST MEETING: The Patriots defeated the Packers 31-17 on November 4, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

LAST WEEK: The Patriots lost 37-26 at home to the Baltimore Ravens; The Packers won 14-12 at Tampa Bay.

PATRIOT ATTACK: GLOBAL (10), RUSH (13), PASS (11), SCORING (25)

PACKERS OFFENSE: OVERALL (12), RUSH (9), PASS (19), SCORING (27)

PATRIOT DEFENSE: GENERAL (11), RUSH (19), PASS (8), SCORING (22)

PACKERS DEFENSE: GENERAL (6), RUSH (18), PASS (7), SCORING (6)

REVENUE DIFFERENTIAL: Patriots minus-4; minus-2 packers

PATRIOTS PLAYER TO WATCH: CB Jonathan Jones. He’s been one of New England’s most active players in the secondary this season, recording one interception, two pass breakups and a pair of forced fumbles. He considers the best player in Pro Football Focus his position for three weeks.

PACKERS PLAYER TO WATCH: LB De’Vondre Campbell. The 2021 All-Pro selection is coming off a performance in which he had 14 tackles and got his hands on Tom Brady’s pass to thwart a 2-point conversion attempt that would have tied the game with 14 seconds left.

KEY MATCHUP: Patriots RB Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson vs. Packers run defense: The New England quarterback’s uncertain situation may force the Patriots to rely on their running game. Harris and Stevenson rushed for a combined 305 yards in the first three weeks. The Packers allowed Chicago’s David Montgomery to rush for 122 yards two weeks ago, but then limited Tampa Bay’s Leonard Fournette to 35 yards on 12 carries.

KEY INJURIES: Patriots QB Mac Jones has an injury that makes his status for Sunday’s game up in the air. Brian Hoyer would start if Jones was unavailable. … Patriots DL Lawrence Guy did not practice earlier this week due to a shoulder injury. …. Packers WR Sammy Watkins (hamstring) is on the injured list and will miss a second straight game. Packers WR Christian Watson (hamstring) did not play against Tampa Bay. … Packers CB Jaire Alexander has a groin injury that eliminated him early from the Tampa Bay game. Alexander was training in a limited way at the start of the week.

SERIES NOTES: The Patriots own a 6-5 advantage in regular season matchups, but the Packers beat New England 35-21 in the Super Bowl on Jan. 26, 1997. … The Patriots have won three of the last four met . … In their final game of 2018, the Patriots beat the Packers 14-0 in the fourth quarter to win 31-17 at Foxborough.

STATS AND ITEMS: Hoyer has 10,631 career passing yards and 55 touchdowns (53 passing, two rushing) in 75 games (39 starts). Hoyer made starts for seven NFL teams during his 14-year career, but lost his last 11 and amassed a record of just 16-23. The 2020 loss to Kansas City was his only start with the Patriots, when he replaced Cam Newton who was out with COVID-19. But Hoyer was benched during the game in favor of Jarrett Stidham. … Patriots K Nick Folk extended his streak of 57 consecutive field goals under 50 yards with a 35-yard kick against Baltimore last week to set an NFL record. He had been tied with Ryan Succop (2014-17 with Tennessee) at 56 in a row. Folk’s last miss inside the 50 yard line was a 45 yard attempt on September 13, 2020 against Miami. … Patriots WR DeVante Parker led the team with five receptions for 156 yards in Week 3, his second career game with 150 or more receiving yards. He had five catches in his only career game in Green Bay in 2018. … The Patriots DE Deatrich Wise hit career highs in sacks (three) and tackles for loss (four) last week. … Green Bay allows opponents to convert just 22.6 percent of third down situations, giving the Packers the best third down defense in the NFL. … The Packers gave up no first downs on 45.2 percent of their streak. Only the San Francisco 49ers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Philadelphia Eagles have better stats in this category. … OLB Rashan Gary is the first Packer since Cullen Jenkins in 2010 to have at least one sack in each of the first three games of a season. … Packers P Pat O’Donnell is the reigning NFC Special Teams Player of the Week. O’Donnell has landed nine of his 13 punts this season inside the opposition’s 20-yard line. … The Packers are 6-0 at home against AFC opponents during Matt LaFleur’s coaching tenure. The Packers are 17-1 in Rodgers’ last 18 home starts against AFC sides. … Packers OLB Rashan Gary and Patriots LB Matt Judon were both sacked in each of the first three weeks. … The Patriots and Packers have the best regular-season win rates in the NFL since 2008. New England is 164-64 and Green Bay is 147-79-2 in regular-season games during of this period.

FANTASTIC TIPS: While it’s probably too much to ask Parker to repeat his breakthrough performance from the Ravens’ game, that kind of outburst makes him worth chasing if he’s still on your league’s waiver wire. … Packers WR Romeo Doubs may be worth starting as Nevada’s rookie fourth-round pick adapts quickly to NFL play. Doubs had eight catches for 73 yards and scored his first career touchdown against Tampa Bay.

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